The Canadian government is launching a public inquiry into foreign election interference, and public safety minister Dominic Leblanc revealed the details on Thursday.
The inquiry will be led by Quebec appeal court justice Marie-Josée Hogue, who has been a judge in Quebec’s top court for the past eight years and has been practicing law since 1987.
This all comes in the fallout of former governor general David Johnston’s resignation as special rapporteur on election interference.
David Baxter has the details from Ottawa on what comes next.
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